Current Rules & Procedures

Mosques play a crucial role in providing spiritual leadership for the community, however their communal nature can make them places that are particularly vulnerable to the spread of COVID-19.

For this reason, Cambridge Central Mosque has adapted the way services are delivered and has strict social distancing and hygiene measures in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Our priority is the health and safety of our community, visitors, staff and volunteers.

The safety measures currently in place at the mosque are changing often based on government guidance and legislation so please read the CCM COVID-19 Rules and Procedures PDF here for full details. Please note there are changes to Nikkah, Janazah & Shahadah ceremonies detailed in documents linked on the Services page here.

Please also refer to the following link for the latest COVID-19 guidance and restrictions published by the UK government: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus

COMMUNITY SUPPORT

In these difficult times we want to connect people willing to help with those who need it most. Visit our Community Support section for a list of people and organisations offering assistance to the community during the current public health crisis.

COVID-19 Safety Summary

Wear face covering Bring own prayer mat
Bring shoe bag Arrive early for temp check and sign-in
No wudhu or toilet at mosque No children under age 12 Sanitise hands on arrival & departure
Social distance 2M Pray at home if unwell Pray at home if over 70 or vulnerable

Jum’a Bookings View Full Guidance PDF